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Lending Club's API

Lending Club offers REST API services that allow investors to access the Lending Club platform programmatically. The API was created to help investors who want to customize and independently automate their investments in Lending Club loans.

Who uses Lending Club's API?

Our API may be used by individuals, institutions, and third parties to access the Lending Club platform.

Using our API may be attractive to investors who:

  • Prefer to access the Lending Club platform programmatically, rather than logging in manually to the website
  • Prefer that investments be executed automatically based on their investment criteria
  • Have sophisticated programming skills that allow them to execute their individual investment strategy by building customized software

API users and users who access the Lending Club website by manually logging in to their account both have identical access to loan inventory and data; there is no preferential treatment or special access granted to investors who access the Lending Club platform using the API.

What services and support are available?

Lending Club offers several services via the API that allow users to:

  • Browse the loans currently listed on the platform
  • Submit orders based on filters and criteria that they build and customize
  • Review their account summary and detailed holding information

API users have access to the API Documentation. However, there is no dedicated support for API users.

API users are fully responsible for actions performed using their API credentials and any investments made as a result of those actions.

Ready to get started?

  1. If you're already a registered Lending Club investor:

    Click here to request access to Lending Club's API *

  2. Not a registered investor? First, register as a Lending Club investor and then request access to our API.

* Additional terms and conditions apply. To be eligible to use the Lending Club API, you must review and agree to the API Terms and Conditions.

Lending Club loans are issued pursuant to a prospectus on file with the SEC. You should review the risks and uncertainties described in the prospectus related to your possible investment in the loans.